How do I start a poll in a conference as a presenter?
Presenters can now create polls for participants during a conference. Presenters cannot participate in their own polls. Polls are anonymous, and participants are not required to complete a poll.
Polls can be Yes/No, True/False, or letter responses up to six answer choices (A through F).
You can also have a poll created automatically during your presentation.
In your presentation, click the Start a Poll icon.
Select Poll Type
Select your preferred poll type.
Unless a custom poll is chosen, answers appear as shown for each type. For instance, the A/B/C/D poll type includes four answer choices shown as A, B, C, and D.
Note: Once you select the poll type, the poll will automatically be available to participants.
Select Custom Poll
If you select the Custom Poll type, enter your preferred answer responses in each text field . You can enter up to six custom answers. Then click the Start Poll button .
View Live Poll Results
Once you have started the poll, the poll shows the Waiting for responses status until participants begin to submit poll questions.
You can view results in real time and see the number of responses for each answer. Once an initial response is received, you can see which participants have already responded along with their response , as well as the number of responses compared to the total number of Conference participants .
You can view results in real time and see the number of responses for each answer. When all participants have completed the poll, the poll displays as Done.
Note: Polls are anonymous when published, and participants are not required to complete a poll.
You can publish the poll results to participants at any time by clicking the Publish button.
Note: Once results have been published, they cannot be hidden.
View the poll results in the current slide.
If necessary, you can poll the same information on the current slide again. If your slide has a pre-set poll type that appears in the menu, click the poll type button . If not, click the Start a Poll button again.